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Unpolarized light in vacuum is incident onto a sheet of glass with index of refraction n. The reflected and refracted rays are perpendicular to each other. Find the angle of incidence. This angle is called Brewster?s angle or the polarizing angle. In this situation the reflected light is linearly polarized, with its electric field restricted to be perpendicular to the plane containing the rays and the normal.

 







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